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Others need careful coaching for many weeks, and most fall somewhere in between. First move the crate to other areas of the house and train there. They will eventually pop their head just inside to eat the treats there. But his training commenced from the age of seven. As always, start slowly and build up the difficulty.

What we need to do is imagine the end goal, that of our puppy laying calm and relaxed in the crate, with the door closed and for an extended period, alone with nobody else in the room. Finally, although not easy, try to do some crate training in friends houses and gardens. Following all the above advice on crating during the night should have your puppy resting peacefully within a week or two. Accidents are going to happen. Silence is the order of the day or night as the case may be.

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So rather than provide a schedule, I provide a plan you can follow from start to finish at whatever pace you and more importantly your puppy can manage. Knighthood training included all of these aspects of siege warfare.

These knights ranged in various sizes starting with a palfrey, or an ambler for general travelling purposes. And you should have them sleep near you in a crate or cardboard box at night, with some bedding from where they were born if you can for a familiar feel and smell. So going to them and telling them off, even shouting at them from a distance is actually rewarding their behavior and will encourage the behavior to continue in future. With a puppy whining like this through the night, sleepless nights are a common frustration that many new puppy owners have to endure.

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Just simply clean up the mess, change her clothes, and carry on as if nothing happened. Put in mind though that when creating a puppy crate training schedule that every puppy and every owner is different. For us, that means no drink after dinner time and only one small sip of water before bed. If your puppy whines at night and you go to them, they quickly learn that all the noise works and will in future try the same trick, even if they have to go on for hours.

Throwing a treat right into the back so they have to go all the way in to get it is just doomed to failure, just too big an ask. No coercion from us at all. Attacking a castle would also be studied. And for house training reasons you do not want them pottying in their crate or inside your home.

This is easier to achieve with the door remaining open as a closed door may initially scare your puppy. While I did push hard for daytime potty training, I did not mention or push for night time potty training because I knew it was a purely physical milestone, rather than stubbornness. Maybe also with an intermediate step of adding just three walls and the roof if it is still too scary for them to enter. Finally, for safety reasons, before you ever allow your puppy into the crate, make sure they have nothing on.